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October 2015 Archives

Child custody case could end up in federal court

An unusual custody battle has made headlines in Texas and across the nation, and it could end up being decided in a federal court. The matter involves a parent and grandparent struggling over child custody rights to two small boys. The fact that the mother of the children is a registered member of the Northern Cheyenne Tribe adds a layer of complexity to the case.

After child custody: Settling into new co-parenting roles

The first few months following a divorce can be difficult to weather. For many Texas parents, this process is just as difficult as the child custody negotiations that took place during the divorce. The good news is that things will normalize over time and that a new set of routines and traditions will eventually replace the old. It may take time and effort, in the same way as learning any new task. 

Video catches attack on husband during child custody dispute

While most Texas parents are able to work through their divorce issues outside of the courtroom, there are cases in which emotions run high, and contention between spouses becomes difficult to overcome. In the most drastic examples, spouses will engage in forms of domestic violence before their divorces and child custody cases are resolved. Many of these incidents can be characterized as relatively minor instances of simple assault, which leave no visible marks. In such cases, it can be difficult to prove that an act of domestic violence took place.

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